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FBI Director, Police Chiefs Support Record Retention For Internet

October 20, 2006  | 

FBI Director Robert Mueller said he supports a plan requiring Internet service providers to retain information on users' Internet activities.

In a speech before the International Association of Chiefs of Police on Tuesday, Mueller praised law enforcement officials for adopting a resolution that would require ISPs to retain information in case it is needed for investigations.

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